The "Todai Robot Project" is an effort from computer scientists at Fujitsu Labs that involves programming a robot to pass the University of Tokyo's very tough entrance exam.  Read more
LIFESTYLE    Nov 28, 2013 19:50
Shimizu Corporation, a Japanese architecture and engineering firm, has proposed to build a "Luna Ring", which consists of placing solar panels  6,800 miles long by 12 miles wide on the moon's surface.  Read more
LIFESTYLE  Nov 28, 2013 19:30
This is it Trekkies, the final frontier of fandom. 'Eau My', a punny reference to Tekei's famous catchphrase is a cologne spray that will unleash your inner Hikaru Sulu. Pre-order yours on now online for $39.99,  Read more
LIFESTYLE  Nov 27, 2013 23:19
Would you be willing to pay $14 million just to own a translation of the Biblical psalms? If you answered yes, too bad because someone has already beat you to it.  Read more
Critics have said that this Al Wakrah Stadium—designed with AECOM for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar—looks like a giant vagina. Obviously, the building's architect, Zaha Hadid disagrees. "It's really embarrassing that they come up with nonsense like this," she told TIME. "What are they saying? Everything with a hole in it is a vagina? That's ridiculous."  Read more
LIFESTYLE  Nov 26, 2013 20:32
So apparently women are growing out their pubic hair. One of the reasons cited was because maybe men are changing their preferences when it comes to crotch grooming. That, or they simply don't have time to head to a waxing salon.  Read more
LIFESTYLE  Nov 26, 2013 20:16
Be warned, as this post might put you of cheese for life. Microbiologist Christina Agapakis and artist Sissel Tolaas have managed to ferment cheese using microbes that grow on human skin.  Read more
LIFESTYLE  Nov 26, 2013 20:07
This image is that of a bucardo, a Pyrenean sub-species of mountain goat that went extinct back in 2000. And now, a team of Spanish scientists are attempting to clone it back to life.  Read more
LIFESTYLE  Nov 26, 2013 20:07
Whatever the fuck this is, you don't want to be swimming along with it. Scientists have identified a mysterious animal captured in the arctic waters of Canada's Hudson Strait region.  Read more
LIFESTYLE  Nov 21, 2013 23:11
This picture you're looking at is a close-up of an ocean quahog. In 2006, it was scooped from the bottom of the North Atlantic near Iceland. The researchers who discovered it decided that the best place to stash the specimen was inside a freezer. As expected, the creature did not survive.  Read more
LIFESTYLE  Nov 18, 2013 21:38
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